10 foods that boost your immune system to fight the coronavirus

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Many doctors agree that a body with a strong immune system can fight the coronavirus, and some argue that this is possible even without taking any medications or undergoing treatment.

Here we review 10 foods that enhance the efficiency of the human immune system and make it stronger in its ability to combat the Corna virus, which finds it difficult to penetrate the bodies of strong immunity.

Citrus Fruits
Most people turn to vitamin C because it helps build the immune system. It is believed that this vitamin increases the production of white blood cells, which is the key to fighting infection.

This vitamin is found specifically in citrus fruits, such as grapefruit, orange, mandarin and lemon.

Broccoli
Broccoli is rich in vitamins and minerals, and is a storehouse of vitamins A, C and E, in addition to many other antioxidants and fiber. And broccoli is one of the most healthy vegetables that are recommended to eat half cooked or raw.

Garlic
The ancient civilizations realized the value of garlic in fighting infection, as it was a permanent guest on their tables, due to the substances it contains that help reduce blood pressure and slow arteriosclerosis. It appears that immunity-enhancing garlic properties come from the heavy concentration of compounds they contain such as “allicin”.

Ginger
Ginger is another ingredient that many seek after disease, and it may help reduce inflammation, especially sore throats. Ginger also helps reduce nausea associated with infectious diseases.

Ginger can help reduce chronic pain and have cholesterol-lowering properties, according to recent animal research.

Spinach
Spinach is rich in vitamin C, and it is also full of many antioxidants and beta-carotene, which may increase the ability of our immune systems to fight infection. Light spinach cooking enhances vitamin A in it and allows the release of other nutrients from oxalic acid.

Yogurt
Yogurt may stimulate your immune system to help fight disease. Try to get regular yogurt instead of sugar-sweetened varieties, as you can sweeten regular yogurt on your own by adding healthy fruits or honey.

Yogurt is a source of vitamin “D”, which helps regulate the immune system and is believed to boost the body’s natural defenses against disease.

Almonds
Almond is rich in fat-soluble vitamin E, which makes it an important ingredient in absorbing fat properly.
In general, the nuts are full of vitamins. A small cup of peeled almonds daily provides you with a daily recommended amount of vitamin E.

Turmeric
This bright yellow spice has been used for years as an anti-inflammatory in the treatment of both arthritis.
It appears that the high concentration of “curcumin”, which gives turmeric its distinctive color, can help reduce muscle damage caused by exercise.

Green tea
Green and black tea is full of “flavonoids”, which are a type of antioxidant. But green tea outperforms black in that it contains other powerful antioxidants. EGCG found in green tea has been shown to boost immune function.

Green tea is also a good source of amino acid, which may help produce antibacterial compounds in the cells of the body.

 
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